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N 742 B 11.1K C 52 E Apr 5, 2016 F Feb 22, 2017
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The badlands of New Mexico are a fabulously sculpted and otherworldly place. There is Low Level Lighting (LLL) with LED Light Panels, dimmed very low to near starlight intensity and left on for the entire exposure. The idea is to add subtle lighting to accent detail. Royce Bair and myself have created a public service website, www.lowlevellighting.org, to explain Low Level Lighting.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 730 B 7.0K C 39 E May 19, 2015 F Feb 16, 2017
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A Night in Joshua Tree. A photo from the my archives, reprocessed.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

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N 4.0K B 91.6K C 351 E Sep 9, 2016 F Feb 12, 2017
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Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah, USA. This panorama was done a little differently than usual. The landscape images were taken under a setting moon (waxing, 50%) approx. 1 hour before moonset. All images were taken at 24 mm. The foreground was taken at f/2.8, 10 sec., ISO 6400. The sky ws taken 2 hours later, on a hour after moonset at f/2., 20 sec., and ISO 12,800. There were 10 vertical images taken at 24 mm for the sky and foreground. Images combined in LR and processed in PS.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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N 4.0K B 110.4K C 477 E Jun 2, 2016 F Jan 30, 2017
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Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills of California. Panorama of 11 verticle photos, 19mm, f/2.8, 20 sec., ISO 12,800.

There is lighting with LLL (Low Level Lighting) . This is not light painting but is very dim constant light that is left on and attempts to match starlight in intensity, typically done with light panels on tripods. One advantage is that it creates little or no visible light pollution and does not destroy your night vision. You cannot even see the light until your eyes become dark adapted, and then you can barely see it.

Please see: www.lowlevellighting.org

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

Tags:   mobs mobius archerlabama hills california night sky night sky night photography night landscape nightscape wayne pinkston lightcrafter www.lightcrafter.com www waynepinkstonphoto.com stars starry night starscape milky way galaxy cosmos the heavens astrophotography landscape astrophotography wide field astrophotography wide angle long exposure nikon

N 827 B 11.5K C 153 E Jul 11, 2016 F Jan 26, 2017
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The Three Sisters, Goblin Valley State Park, Utah.

There is lighting with LLL (Low Level Lighting) . This is not light painting but is very dim constant light that is left on and attempts to match starlight in intensity, typically done with light panels on tripods. One advantage is that it creates little or no visible light pollution and does not destroy your night vision. You cannot even see the light until your eyes become dark adapted, and then you can barely see it.

Please see: www.lowlevellighting.org

Why Care? Arches and Canyonlands Nat’l Parks have recently banned light painting for workshops in 2017 and may ban all night photography in 2018. LLL is less disruptive and invasive. Arches officials are considering the lower impact of @lowlevellighting and need further input. It is up to us to define LLL as a different technique, differing from Flash Photography or Light Painting, so it can be judged on its own merits.

For more images like this please take a look at my website here .

Thanks for all the kind support! Hope you enjoy! A big thank you to the wonderful Flickr family. Cheers, Wayne

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